[NetBehaviour] FLOSS+Art: Book preview, panel discussion and software party
heather.corcoran at fact.co.uk
Fri Oct 17 02:23:24 CEST 2008
Keep checking the GOTO10 site, it will be posted on there when they are
printed and ready to be sent out. I know Aymeric and Marloes have put a
lot of work into it, along with all the contributors, so will appreciate
your interest. I can't wait to see it myself!
helen varley jamieson wrote:
> congratulations on the book : ) where can we see & buy it online?
> h : )
> marc garrett wrote:
>> FLOSS+Art: Book preview, panel discussion and software party
>> Thursday 23 October
>> 18:30 - 20:30
>> @ Mute Magazine HQ
>> The Whitechapel Centre
>> 85 Myrdle Street
>> London E1 1HL
>> With Adnan Hadzi, Anthony Iles, Aymeric Mansoux, Dave Griffiths, James
>> Wallabank, Matthew Fuller, Olga Goriunova, pure:dyne developers, Taylor
>> Nuttall, and more friends...
>> GOTO10 and pure:dyne host an evening dedicated to Free Software and art...
>> * BOOK PREVIEW: Be the first to check out FLOSS+Art, a new openmute
>> publication reflecting on the growing relationship between Free Software
>> ideology, open content and digital art. Edited by Aymeric Mansoux and
>> Marloes de Valk.
>> * PANEL DISCUSSION: Anthony Iles moderates a panel discussion on
>> communities of collaboration, online and off, with book contributors
>> Matthew Fuller, Olga Goriunova, Aymeric Mansoux; and artist/activist
>> Stefan Szczelkun.
>> * SOFTWARE PARTY: Check out the new Debian-based pure:dyne system - the
>> GNU/Linux distribution for media arts. Meet the developers and hear
>> about pure:dyne projects by our friends at Folly (Taylor Nuttall),
>> Access Space (James Wallabank), HTTP/Furtherfield (Marc Garret & Ruth
>> Catlow), Dave Griffiths and Adnan Hadzi.
>> * PLUS: pure:dyne promo goodies, Free Beer and more!
>> More info at: http://www.goto10.org http://puredyne.goto10.org
>> Live interview 16 - 23 October on Netbehaviour:
>> ABOUT THE BOOK:
>> FLOSS+Art critically reflects on the growing relationship between Free
>> Software ideology, open content and digital art. It provides a view onto
>> the social, political and economic myths and realities linked to this
>> With contributions from: Fabianne Balvedi, Florian Cramer, Sher Doruff,
>> Nancy Mauro Flude, Olga Goriunova, Dave Griffiths, Ross Harley, Martin
>> Howse, Shahee Ilyas, Ricardo Lafuente, Ivan Monroy Lopez, Thor
>> Magnusson, Alex McLean, Rob Myers, Alejandra Maria Perez Nuñez, Eleonora
>> Oreggia, oRx-qX, Julien Ottavi, Michael van Schaik, Femke Snelting,
>> Pedro Soler, Hans Christoph Steiner, Prodromos Tsiavos, Simon Yuill
>> Compiled and edited by Aymeric Mansoux and Marloes de Valk.
>> ABOUT THE SOFTWARE:
>> pure:dyne is an essential tool created to provide the first complete,
>> Free/Libre/open source (FLOSS) custom and ready-made GNU/Linux computer
>> environment for media artists. The pure:dyne CD can be inserted and run
>> on a computer without the need to install anything, with an aim to make
>> it simple to use on many types of hardware. It contains FLOSS programs
>> for recording and manipulating sound, making live visuals and creating
>> interactive media in installation, and more.
>> This event is part of the pure:dyne for everyone project, a national
>> series designed to make pure:dyne more accessible through special events
>> with partnering media arts centres across the country.
>> Supported by the Creative Partnerships programme of Arts Council England.
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